SPE Anderson Thompson Breakfast Series - Edge of Tomorrow - How Completions Technology will Drive the Oil and Gas Industry Forward

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SPE - Society of Petroleum Engineers

EDGE OF TOMORROW – HOW COMPLETIONS TECHNOLOGY WILL DRIVE THE OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY FORWARD

Anderson Thompson Breakfast Series (Part 4 of 4)

Technology has delayed the once considered inevitable “peak oil” and its subsequent decline, allowing the commercialization of oil and gas resources that were previously thought to be unmovable. This, of course enabled the shale boom in North America, leading to oversupply and ultimately contributing to the collapse of the global oil market. So, has technology brought us from $120 to $40 oil? In a way, yes, but technology will also pave the way for an abundant and inexpensive supply of hydrocarbons many years into the future, which is good for everyone. Completions technology has been and will continue to be at the forefront of this trend, enabling an ever more efficient, predictable and scalable connection between the wellbore and the reservoir. This presentation focuses on evolving completion technology and how it will benefit the oilfields of the future. Topics to be presented:

  • Maximizing ultimate recovery in low permeability reservoirs
  • Fit for purpose well design and completion- getting the most from every reservoir
  • Continuous pinpoint surveillance during fracturing, flowback and production operations
  • Scalability and predictability of completions- achieving a more reliable prediction of well performance

7:30am-9:30am

Calgary Petroleum Club

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